What makes the CESTEMER community unique are all of the outstanding participants who boldly cross disciplinary lines in their work, while creating and sharing all of the fun that can be along the way. Here we highlight many of these individuals with the CESTEMER Speaker Spotlights Series, where we’ve asked presenters from CESTEMER 17 and CESTEMER 19 to answer a few questions about what excites them about our community and the intersection with their passions.
What drew you to become involved with CESTEMER?
I met Raquell Holmes at Performing the World (PTW) conference last year, and she told me about the conference. As a chemistry teacher and research, I try to develop creative methods for science teaching in elementary and secondary scholars. I was very interested in the conference and in learning more about experience gained by others in creativity and teaching.
What are you most excited about experiencing CESTEMER in June?
I am curious to meet many new people and exchange experiences.
What are some ways people can get connected to you and your work?
The easiest way to contact me is via the UDE hom
epage, https://www.uni-due.de/chemiedidaktik/holzapfel_en or email: email@example.com.